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Last year in Seattle public schools, low-income kids won an equal right to play, thanks to a fierce coalition of teachers and parents who set up an unbeatable campaign to bring recess back to the school day. Similar efforts are taking place across the U.S., as educators and parents take note of how the NCLB-era of high-stakes testing lengthened the hours that students stay in their seats. It’s time, they say, to return to a healthier state of play.
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